Eunsu Kang is a media artist from Korea. She creates interactive audiovisual installations and artworks using Machine Learning methods. She has won the Korean National Grant for Arts three times. Kang earned her Ph. Through videos, photography, painting, performance, sculpture and installation, my projects explore how technology affects our identities, lives, and experiences.
Mayer explores the points of tension between our online and physicals worlds and make work that attempts to inhabit the increasingly porous boundary between the two. I plays with the choreography between the human body and architectural space by inserting architectural instruments into the gallery walls. This sculpture invites visitors to act as participants in a joint performance with the building and each other.
Born approximately 17, days ago, New York based artist Siebren Versteeg uses digital technologies to create algorithms that conflate painterly abstraction with images often culled from the internet to produce, display, and interpret an ongoing array of visual permutations. He has studied at S. This panel discussion explores the ways bias is inherently built into the structure and function of Machine Learning.
This panel will also explore the role that contemporary art can play in challenging and refiguring these biases by calling into question the frameworks underpinning our assumptions. As ML and AI continue to influence more aspects of everyday life, conversations around how we can use these tools to undo harmful biases, as opposed to reinforcing them, is increasingly urgent. Manuela Maria Veloso is a world renowned AI expert. Since receiving her Ph. Her research studies computational and statistical issues surrounding algorithmic bias in systems deployed in public sector domains such as criminal justice and child welfare.
Sey Min is a data visualization artist and designer, who is interested in dealing with live data sets in various media formats. She makes projects that reimagine how humans relate to technologies, to societies and cities, and to environments.
Combining elements of environmental studies, visual art, programming, and data storytelling, her projects range from building a real-time interactive information graphics system for a music club Gender Ratio, to visualizing Seoul City expenditure data City DATA: Seoul Daily Expenditure, Her work is also available at ttoky.
Mayer flows between the points of tension between our online and physicals worlds and makes work that attempts to inhabit the increasingly porous boundary between the two. The writing and shows she produces center around time-based media and performance because of their particular engagement with new technologies. Her research looks at the critical applications of such tools by artists to better understand their cultural implications—economically, politically, and socially. Eunsu Kang is a Korean media artist who creates interactive audiovisual installations and AI artworks.
Her current research is focused on creative AI and artistic expressions by Machine Learning algorithms. Creating interdisciplinary projects, her signature has been seamless integration of art disciplines and innovative techniques. All nine of her solo shows, consisting of individual or collaborative projects, were invited or awarded. Jes Fan is a sculptor whose interdisciplinary work is invested in the materiality of identity politics.
In community with others striving for disability justice, Dustin is actively engaged in the struggle for freedom and liberation. We are excited to be in conversation with you. Our guest correspondants, Dustin, Molly and J will each be sharing points of reference and interest that they have. The exhibition engages artists who transverse, locate and dislocate their or other bodies in relationship to Artificial Intelligence. AI has a design and breadth to be utilized and to impact all of us every day in different ways, it simultaneously exists as a tool for liberations whos and for oppressions from who.
We acknowledge AI as a system that is being built, funded and reinforced within a system and language that maintains that a normative exists. This same normative that is a control for maintaining a binary. Though, there are … The exhibition engages artists who transverse, locate and dislocate their or other bodies in relationship to Artificial Intelligence.
Though, there are also possibilities that AI can destroy the binary - that furthering technology can allow us to exist in the fullest possibility of ourselves. How would AI develop if there was not a normative? Where do you enter? What is the spectral ever changing relationship between your body and technology? How does english language as a technology insist on maintaining binaries? The guest respondents have been invited to do or share existing research or inquiry on each conversation topic.
The research compiled by each respondent will be made available to the public through the Miller ICA website prior to the Salon, and the public will have access to it before joining the discussion as supplemental information.
Research that is shared can range from reading lists to lists of people to follow, to podcasts. Three moderators of various backgrounds will be chosen for each discussion to bring a wealth of cross disciplinary ideas, perspectives and modalities to the conversation, creating a space where the public can access free college-level, seminar-style discussions on pressing issues. The open house will coincide with the Keyword International tour. CDCP will offer one-day-only tours of these spaces on shiny yellow school buses!
Seating is extremely limited. The exhibition, Reading Women, explores the power of reading, studying, and being absorbed by knowledge. The ideas in these books shape thought, and by shaping thought, form a world made entirely by women. In repeating the same elegant and matter-of-fact gesture he exhibition forces us to consider what a world would look like if we were all reading women.
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Bullies, bad language, and bellicose antics have set it on fire and outfitted it with a small film crew to capture everyone who dares to run through it. The noble feats of the willing are then broadcast live, in a non-narrative reality show for all to watch. Try to recall that once-glittery future, when a networked commons democratized access and made way for many silenced voices. That promise, too, was hijacked, or perhaps handed over—and then weaponized—to weaken democracy itself.
Now get offline: there are books to read. As you consider the efforts within this modest catalog, know that this threshold is real, and that the present is tense for those who aspire to transform it.
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But also leave space for levity, empathy, and the abstract. Yes, the promise of the butterfly is dead, and in its place a whipworm persists, infects, and multiplies. The body politic is a host to horrors. Some say the cycle will last only four years, others say eight; a handful insist it will be longer.
Either way, we clearly have work to do to survive it. In this moment, is it fair to look into the void? Can we shop, browse, like, or swipe left any longer? Should we break plates or throw rocks? Did we usher in this darkness, or have these worms been spreading through us all along? Never mind. Quick—focus—your debt is accruing! There are jobs to gain, memes to post, relationships to record.
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Hey, did anyone read about the very good pope and the virtuous Federal Bureau of Investigation? Tomorrow is imminent, and in this simple truth there is a light. The end of complacency marks the starting line for action, for belief in oneself and others, for the potential of transformation.
So we begin here, branded in fire, a generation engaging the future with eyes wider and minds wiser than decades have seen. Things fall apart, and from these pieces we rebuild.
This is a cycle; the end of one era and the start of another. To those in these rooms, on these walls and screens, and in these spaces: you shoulder the burden and reap the benefit from this rebuilding. You are a turning point, and everyone is watching. It seizes the latencies such a view offers in shaping a situated understanding of the contemporary built environment. Further, the exhibition offers a clearance of processes, ideas, and practices drawn from this education. It gives a public face to the candid adaptation of architectural skills as a form of critical practice, cultivating a space for their expanded use in the new present.
Interrogating the documentarian impulse, Immutable Stage flattens a historical cycle of wealth and decay into the now, arguing that artifice is a tool with which to construct real narratives.
He works individually and collaborates with an evolving group of artists and writers. He received a BS from the University of Michigan, and was formerly a scientist working in virology research at Columbia University. His work deals with the technologies and politics that exist at the intersection of architecture, space, and sound.
He also makes music. He has been exhibited internationally at commercial galleries, non-profit institutions and artist run spaces.
Through examination of social spaces online, the physical infrastructure that supports digital technology, and the overlap of public and corporatized space, Pipkin questions the ease at which the commons- physical, social, and digital- are commodified. They produce printed material as books, chapbooks, and zines, as well as digital work in software, bots, and games.